See if you have what it takes to join our Content Club and eat some cookies too!

Many parents in our area need help getting connected to local resources and finding practical and useful parenting information. With your help, we can get families the resources and information they need to foster healthy, safe, and nurturing homes.

Do you have a knack for writing and a passion for helping families in our community? If so, this might be the club for you … plus, who doesn’t like cookies? (Disclaimer: Cookie selection for the information session will be at staff discretion – but please feel free to bring your favorite cookie if you would like. Personal cookie sharing is encouraged but not required.)

So – what’s the deal with the cookies and content? The goal of the Content Cookie Club is to educate our community and connect families to resources. Cookies are just a yummy added bribe bonus!

How are you going to achieve the goal? We will achieve this through building a community of individuals who have demonstrated a talent for creative writing and pairing them with subject matter experts to write short stories about initiatives, programs, events, etc. Plus, cookies!

Why is the Partnership doing this? Our vision is to be the leading and most trusted source of information about early childhood in our community. Plus, we feel there should be more activities centered around cookies.

Sign me up coach! If you want to be part of a team, maybe you’re a bit nerdy, maybe you were picked last in gym class, or maybe you just really like cookies, this might be the team for you.

Attend the August 7th information session to learn more.

A little more about the content …

We are looking for talented writers to help us tell the story of early care and education, and craft content that will connect families with young children to resources in our community. The Content Cookie Club members will create compelling content which resonates with families.

These stories will be published on the Partnership’s website and then shared through the Partnership’s social media channels. Topics will vary and could be anything from “tips for managing toddler tantrums” to “creating a smooth kindergarten transition” to “best local family-friendly events” or other family-related topics.

Research and writing can be done remotely. However, we hope that our volunteers are close enough that we can meet up from time-to-time. Final drafts will be submitted electronically through the Partnership’s website and are subject to editing for spelling, grammar, and content.